Thursday, March 01, 2012

A School Readiness Study, The State of the State, and Broadband.

Newly Acquired Minnesota State Government Reports from February 2012

State of the State Address. 

Disasters in the New Millennium

Minnesota Statutes, Section 11A.243 requires the State Board of Investment (SBI) to submit a report to the chairs of the legislative committees and divisions with jurisdiction over the State Board of Investment concerning the SBI's identification of, communication with, and discontinuance of investment in certain companies with operations in…”

Report on Iran Required by Minnesota Statutes, Section llA.244.

Report on Sudan Required by Minnesota Statutes Section 11A.243.

White Earth Health and Human Services Transfer Project: Transferring Health and Human Services Responsibilities from Mahnomen County to the White Earth Band of Ojibwe.

Minnesota Department of Human Services Forecast.

Birth Defects: Data & Measures 2006 - 2008.

Medical Assistance, General Assistance Medical Care, and MinnesotaCare Eligible Persons and Person Months in Calendar Year ....

A Guide to Starting a Business in Minnesota. (Also on the shelf at most branches.)

Minnesota Broadband Plan Outline.

Annual Report on Achievement of Broadband Goals.

Minnesota School Readiness Study: Developmental Assessment at Kindergarten Entrance.

Minnesota Measures: Report on Higher Education Performance.

Sunset Act:
“The 2011 Legislature created a Sunset Advisory Commission, which will periodically review state agencies and make recommendations on whether the agency should continue to exist. The law, called the Minnesota Sunset Act, establishes a schedule for periodic review and expiration of many state agencies.” If you want basic information on any of these agencies, the reports they have to write to the Sunset Commission are a good source.  The reports up on this edition of New State Government Reports are listed in the first report below.

Minnesota Sunset Act

Sunset Advisory Commission: Findings and Recommendations.
Melissa @ Central

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